JERUSALEM – Israel´s foreign minister says the Jewish state will not
bow to foreign pressure in deciding whether to attack Iran.
In an interview Wednesday with Israeli Channel 2 TV News, Avigdor
Lieberman rebuffed suggestions that American and Russian warnings
against striking Iran would affect Israeli decision making, saying
the decision "is not their business."
He said "the security of the citizens of Israel, the future of the
state of Israel, this is the Israeli government´s responsibility."
Israel fears Iran is developing a nuclear bomb, which Tehran denies.
Israel has sent a series of hints that it may attack Iran´s nuclear